Wang’s Wonderful World’s Wonder Box

It’s bit of a tongue twister! Wang’s Wonderful World is a really cute online stationery shop, run by Charlene, a fellow stationery lover. She recently introduced the Wonder Box to the shop and was kind enough to send me a sample box to check out and I thought you guys may be interested too. Full disclosure: she sent me this back in the summer but as you know, life has got in the way a bit recently and I’m only just getting around to featuring it. But the fact that it’s been on my “to blog about” pile all this time bears testament to the fact that I really like it!

The Wonder Box is a subscription box, either available as a monthly box for £10, or a quarterly subscription for £25. In the monthly box, you get 5 items, and in the quarterly box you get 10. The idea is that you get a collection of items for less than you’d pay for them separately. So, what came in my box (I’ve linked below when items are available separately on the website)…

I got a set of 10 teardrop shaped paperclips (available here for £2.50), a silver washi tape (similar here in rose gold for £2.50), and a set of 2 inspirational pencils (similar here for £2.50).

A super cute set of cactus memo notes (here for £2.50), and finally, a correction tape and dispenser, in the shape of a cloud. I haven’t seen one of these for years, let alone in such a cute shape!

So, as you can see, it’s a collection of things that you probably don’t NEED, but you’d certainly be happy to receive. The other thing to note is that as well as subscriptions, you can buy Wonder Boxes as a one off – so if you want to see what sort of thing you get before committing, you just like the idea of a stationery lucky dip, or you want to send a surprise package to a stationery loving pal, then you can do that too 🙂

So there you go – a look inside a new(ish) stationery subscription box from Wang’s Wonderful World. It’s definitely at the cutesy but classy end of the market. If you’re looking for hardcore super functional stuff, this one’s probably not for you, but if you’re looking for mildly useful things to brighten up your desk then this is a great option for an occasional treat, and is sent from a lovely small business.

Please note: I was sent the Wonder Box free of charge but all opinions are my own. Yes, I may seem super positive but then I wouldn’t feature something that I didn’t love!


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